Dark Symphony (Google eBook)

Front Cover
Penguin, Feb 25, 2003 - Fiction - 352 pages
261 Reviews
Blinded and scarred in a terrible accident, Antoinetta Scarletti made music that thrilled the world with its beauty and passion. Descended from a long line of psychics, Antoinetta has learned to rely on her other senses to “see” the world around her, but nothing could have prepared her for Byron. He came to her, drawn by her music, and became her secret obsession. Others fear him, sensing that he is dangerous—a predator—but for Antoinetta he is her ultimate fantasy, her dream lover. He woos her with kisses full of erotic allure, whispering that she is his light, his salvation. Byron has waited an eternity for her, and he will let nothing stand between him and the woman born to be his lifemate...

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star

A very good story with a happy ending. - Goodreads
So I was probably hoping for some more action scenes... - Goodreads
New species intro times two. - Goodreads

Review: Dark Symphony (Dark Saga #10)

User Review  - Veryspecial You - Goodreads

again Christine Feehan has delievered. hopes she writes Josef's story becuause i would love to read it. Read full review

Review: Dark Symphony (Dark Saga #10)

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

I think I've found my this year favorite book. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Christine Feehan has had more than forty novels published, including four series which have hit #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. She is pleased to have made it onto numerous other bestseller lists as well, including Publishers Weekly, USA Today, Washington Post, BookScan, B. Dalton, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Waldenbooks, Ingram, Borders, Rhapsody Book Club, and Walmart. In addition to being a nominee for the Romance Writers of America's RITA(R) Award, she has received many honors throughout her career, including a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times and the Borders 2008 Lifetime Achievement Award.

Bibliographic information